Dallas ISD Superintendent Responds To Calls To Defund Police Department, Says That's Not The Answer“We depend on our police department for safety and security and we expect our officers to build relationships with students," said Superintendent Michael Hinojosa.
Dallas Museum Of Art Offering Virtual Art Summer CampsDallas Museum Of Art Offering Virtual Art Summer Camps
Virtual Summer Camps Being Offered For Kids During PandemicVirtual Summer Camps Being Offered For Kids During Pandemic
Fort Worth ISD Scraps Idea Of Some Students Returning To School Next Week After More InputForth Worth ISD was planning to bring as many as 300 students back to four elementary school campuses next week.
Ones For Texas: AT&T Launches Summer “Externship” For StudentsOnes For Texas: AT&T Launches Summer “Externship” For Students
2020 Graduates Share Lessons Learned While Staying At Home During Coronavirus PandemicThe 2020 school year ended in a way students and their families never imagined.
Some Fort Worth ISD Students To Return To Elementary Schools Next WeekMost of them are bilingual, or English as a second language students, who the district determined would benefit from a learning environment difficult to create outside the classroom.
UT Arlington Finds Vietnam Veteran’s College Transcript, Resolves Life-Long RegretSteve Kennedy was only nine credit hours short of qualifying for his degree, when he was sent to serve in Vietnam.
Ones For Texas: Music Studio Students Perform VirtuallyOnes For Texas: Music Studio Students Perform Virtually
Ones For Texas: Young Students Hit The Ground Running During PandemicFor many North Texans, the COVID-19 quarantine has meant more time on the couch watching movies and shows, but some local elementary students might inspire others to get off the couch and hit the ground running.
Ones For Texas: DISD Teacher Using Characters During Online InstructionOnes For Texas: DISD Teacher Using Characters During Online Instruction
Celebrating The Class Of 2020Congratulations seniors and good luck on your journey in life!
Texas Childcare Centers Now Open -- But With LimitsTexas Childcare Centers Now Open -- But With Limits
Ones For Texas: Texas Christian University Virtual GraduationOnes For Texas: Texas Christian University Virtual Graduation
Creativity The Key To Celebrating Class Of 2020Many students in Lancaster were in for a surprise as caravans set off across the city.
Thousands Of High School Students May Have To Retake AP Exams Due To Technical ProblemsThousands of high schoolers taking advance placement tests may have to retake them again.
DISD Students, Parents To Protest Virtual Graduation PlanDISD Students, Parents To Protest Virtual Graduation Plan
'I'm Going To Fight For It, I Deserve It' - Dallas ISD Students Want In-Person GraduationDallas ISD is sticking with a virtual graduation online for safety during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas ISD Students Start Petition To Apply Pressure For In-Person Graduations"I’ve worked for for years and every other district seems to be able to come up with something, but they’re putting us online," said senior Aubrey Tierney.
Garland ISD's Valedictorians, Salutatorians Get Surprise Parades, Trophies From School DistrictGarland ISD went out of its way Friday to congratulate valedictorians and salutatorians who are still schooling from home.
Tuition Costs At Texas Colleges Still Up In The Air For Fall SemesterBy fall semester, the typical college experience may look different due to COVID-19. But the cost of tuition may not necessarily reflect those changes.
Ones For Texas: Towns Find Unique Ways To Safely Celebrate The Class Of 2020Ones For Texas: Towns Find Unique Ways To Safely Celebrate The Class Of 2020
First A Tornado Destroyed Their School, Now COVID-19 Ruined GraduationClass of 2020 seniors are mourning the loss of traditions with the early end of the school year.
Interrupted By Tornado, Then COVID-19, Seniors At St. Mark’s School Carry OnThe 2019-2020 school year will certainly go down as a memorable one, especially for high school seniors. But at some Dallas schools, that's not just because of COVID-19.